Tuesday, September 6

Graveyards [pics]

This is a graveyard in Miri. I always look forward to graveyard visits. They always bring about feelings of calm and serenity. There is something about the lonely atmosphere as you come here with your family to a seemingly deserted and abandoned area. Not another family in sight. Just you and your closest relatives.

We've come into the land of where the dead come to rest and where nothing is around to disturb them.

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Nothing can be heard except for the soft wind blowing and the leaves rustling against each other.

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Occasionally, unburnt pieces from the offering papers blow across in front of you, indicating that possibly moments ago, another quiet family like your own came by to pay their respects.

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As you walk past grave upon grave, their ornate coloring betray the grimness of their purpose. And yet there is something about the black and white portrait photos on the headstones which remind you that these graves were built in a different time and yet they somehow show no signs of aging.

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The story of this broken grave is unclear but the opened coffin which is unceremoniously tossed to one side seem to indicate a grave robbery. I only went close enough to see lumps of matter of uncertain material lying within the coffin slightly hoping that I wouldn't see a skeleton.

Not wanting to have it burnt into my mind that a deceased person was disrespectfully grave robbed and tossed aside, I silently stepped away from the grave.

Probably not the best way to recharge your phone

In the event of a forest fire resulting in half of your house being burnt down, you may be left with few options for plugging in a phone charger.

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In such cases, it is not uncommon for consumers to use the most impractical power outlet for recharging purposes.

Thankfully, my house is fully intact and the phone and charger combo was moved to a safer and less ridiculous location.

Sunday, September 4

The Tim Tam Chocolate Product and the Unexpected Fungus Surprise!

I'm not one to buy chocolate for casual eating purposes. If there's any lying around the house I will munch them.

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But sooneth did I spake words of mine, TimTams aplenty before me laid spreaded.

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Concerned not I of the date of expiry. For time left it has for two months till February.

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But oh woe and alas funky fungus sneaked up all upon us.

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But time for me t'was not on my side, for sadly by then I've taken a huge bite.

Yes, I butchered poetry.

No refunds.

The best bit was when I thought to myself as I took a big chomp of the thing, "Oh my, what an interesting texture this particular Tim Tam flavour brings to my sensitive tongue."

Then I took a closer look.

Then I spat like a water sprinkler.

Buns of Steel and the Okay-Truck .___.

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Buns of steel. (it really is actually a bun in there)

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Sad truck. Probably usable in conjunction with Okay guy haha. Found this on reddit. Just slapped on a giant 'Okay' there for impact.

Dog Abuse

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Like a BOSS.

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Now take said doji then pull its ears back and you get a leeetle seal! Ain't he kiut? Yes she is this fella is, so mmmuch.